While there is no scientific proof the devices work, researchers are now starting clinical trials.
The latest technique to slay anxiety, emotional blockages and stress
Rabia and Rukia are conjoined at the head, an extremely rare event that occurs in about one in 2.5 million live births.
The company Emergency Food Storage says Brits are buying 25 'Brexit boxes' every day.
Britain's government has previously urged the health sector to stockpile medical supply as drugs could be severely restricted in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Yefim Shubentsov claims to have cured 167,000 people from addiction by manipulating their energies.
The University of Lille is the latest European higher education institution to suspend its provision of training in homeopathy. Is the tide turning against a complementary medical practice that relies on the "memory" of the remedies it proposes? We investigate.
What is causing men in Europe to die at young ages, how does men’s health differ across the region, and what can be done to address the issue?
From amethysts to agates or quartz, crystals have always exerted a strange fascination on mankind.
What's it like to be one of 100 people in the world who suffer from a rare rapid-ageing condition? Sammy Basso shares his experiences with Euronews.
Tokyo Medical University has apologised after admitting it has been marking female candidates down for over a decade. Many in the country worry that female doctors will take time off for maternity leave, and create a doctor shortage.
Y-Brush, invented by Lyon-based startup FasTeesH, is a Y-shaped electric toothbrush that is able to reach and clean all the teeth due to its shape and sonic vibrations.
Belgian nurse Liesbeth Moortgat was nominated as part of our #Europeanheroes campaign by one of her long-term patients, Inge Vandelanoot, for whom Liesbeth has become a "mum, wife, and understanding friend".
Operating on the very young or very frail is extremely risky, especially for complex procedures like transplants, Now doctors can make scale models and practice procedures in safety before putting their patients under the knife.
At 81, James Harrison will no longer donate his blood after 1173 donations over six decades, during which his blood's special antibodies, used to make a vital medicine, have saved countless infant lives.
French woman was dead hours after her plea to emergency services was dismissed.
Countries dragging their feet on applying relaxations on medical grounds and patients are suffering, say campaigners.
Us doctors conduct groundbreaking operation on man injured by IED
A nine-hour flight, four-hour drive and four-hour boat trip separates Nicolas Rombauts from his native France. Chasing an adventure, the GP trekked to a remote part of French Guiana to take up his post at a rainforest clinic, that has truly thrown him into the thick of it.
Foreign investors are already planning to begin cultivation this year, with the Greek treasury hoping for high times ahead with tax revenues.
Researchers in England have worked out how to use sound to suspend objects in the air, paving the way for its possible use in medicine.
The lawsuit alleges drugmakers and distributors used "deceptive marketing" that got millions of Americans hooked on potent painkillers.
Poland has won acclaim for its system to decide which medicines should be funded by taxpayers but still faces challenges in striking the right balance between expertise and transparency on healthcare policies.
Thanks to a crowdfunding campaign, ten-year-old Cameron Millar will be fitted with a new, 3D-printed prosthetic hand.
According to a new study, babies are better able to recognise faces presented to their left
According to its director, the Dubai Camel Hospital is the first of its kind in the world.